Many people ask me what a change process looks like. To that question I haven’t got a standard answer. My preference goes out to working based on a specific brief and making sure the change process fits like a glove. Whether this requires workshops, training programmes, individual coaching sessions, advisory input, inspiration sessions, interim hands-on work or a combination of these methods, we’ll figure it out. Rest assured: all change initiatives always include ample positivity and interactivity. Below you will find a number client cases and initiatives that specifically show how I’ve been able to support my clients.
Also want to experience working in a positive way? During the workshop we will have a look at your successes as a foundation for your future cooperation. This is so much more fun than studying problems for hours and hours. This way we get the best out of you and your organisation. Positive change for and by the entire organisation.
The family business Ebus Planten in Venlo offers everything in the field of plants for the professional reseller in its cash & carry of over 9.000 m2. Ebus is about to experience the first generational change within the family business. A transfer that requires the new generation to be well-prepared and ensures its 35 employees to continue to head into a futureproof direction.
Mifa specialises in the extrusion of magnesium profiles and aluminium profiles. In order to be able to continue providing high-quality profiles as a fast-growing organisation, it is essential for colleagues to be able to find one another and to bring up ideas proactively. As a result of the interactive leadership weekend, the teams work together more intensively and with more focus.
How do you get more collaboration and initiative oozing out of the entire organisation? During this interactive workshop you’ll experience: how to get the best out of your people – about motivation; what the purpose of your organisation is; how you can give trust; and how you can really collaborate. This workshop brings about a lot of positivity and leaves you going home with plenty of specific actions.
The members of the BVMW were inspired during the change management workshop: “I really loved, how energetically you gave the “seminar” and with such a positive attitude. I liked it also that you involved everyone so actively! The practical tips are helpful and are easily applicable in practice.”
Active international change
Also in an international environment, I involve the colleagues into the change in English, Spanish, French, German or Dutch whilst paying attention to the regional culture. During the change process a lot of positive energy comes about so people naturally take an active role. As such colleagues also work better together internationally.